Previous Stonewall Lectures

Previous Lecturers

Alexander Chee, "Future Queer" (May 15, 2018)

Christina Crosby, "Making Sex: 'I'm Your Physical Lover'" (October 27, 2016)

Lisa Duggan, Jack Halberstam, Eng-Beng Lim, Tavia Nyong'o, Sandra K. Soto "What's Left of LGBT? 'Stonewall' and its Discontents" (April 29, 2016)

Denise McWilliams, "Fears, Fallacies, and Failures: How AIDS Became an Epidemic" (February 17, 2015)

Nancy Polikoff, "Marriage as Blind Spot: What Same-Sex Marriage Doesn't Say About LGBT Parenting" (April 23, 2014)

Dean Spade, "Critical Trans Politics and the Limits of Law" (May 8, 2013)

Douglas Crimp, "Misfitting Together: Andy Warhol's Chelsea Girls" (February 14, 2012)

Alison Bechdel, "Creativity and (or?) Community" (October 5th, 2010)

John D'Emilio, "Queering the Past: or, Richard Nixon: Gay Liberationist?" (October 29th, 2009)

Nan Hunter, "The Quality of Equality" (February 5th, 2009)

Mark Doty, "The Pressures of Reality: Writing in the Age of AIDS" (October 18th, 2007)

Amber Hollibaugh, "Sexual Danger, Sexual Hope: Political Possibilities" (October 3rd, 2006)

Writer and Activist Larry Kramer Visits Dartmouth as Montgomery Fellow

Larry Kramer, author of the play The Normal Heart and the screenplay Women in Love, the co-founder of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GHMC), and the founder of ACT UP, is in residence at Dartmouth as a Montgomery Fellow this month.

He will be on campus from Monday, January 23, to Friday, January 27. During the week, Kramer will meet with students in classes and at meals; talk to groups of faculty; and participate in a public dialogue, a conversation with Michael Bronski, senior lecturer in women’s and gender studies.

This conversation, which is open to the public, will take place on Tuesday, January 24, at 4:30 p.m. in Filene Auditorium, located in Moore Hall.

The classes Kramer is scheduled to join include the Department of Theater’s senior seminar and its “Directing I” course, as well as classes that focus on global health, social justice, rhetoric, and politics.